The U.S. budget cuts that take effect tomorrow will demoralize future inventors, researchers, and disease curers.
Netflix knew why its original TV series would be a hit—based on data about the viewing habits of its 33 million users.
A Russian mogul uses a science award to spread Internet millions among university biologists. Is he after a cure for cancer?
Google is likely joining Apple and Microsoft in opening its own retail stores—a trend that points toward a more fragmented user experience.
The president’s proposed initiatives are a good start in helping to revitalize manufacturing, but they don't go nearly far enough.
In its first earning report since key product launches, Microsoft's results are just so-so.
My Android phone just went splat. Google's CEO says its Motorola division is working on that.
A disruptive electronic payment service wants to eliminate cash. Now Iowa's government could give it a boost.
The Federal Trade Commission says the search giant does not illegally stifle competition after a nearly two-year inquiry.
Now that the struggling company is exiting consumer markets, it can turn its focus to technologies that matter to manufacturers.